This Chrysocolla is Natural Gemstone Which is Greenish Blue Colour, it’s Originates from Arizona and its Exact Weight is 19.03ct the Measurements are 26.14×16.01×4.21mm. The Shape and Cut of This Stone is Rectangle Cabochon. It’s Graded Opaque and Clarity is Good. This 19.03ct Greenish Blue Natural Chrysocolla Gem is available for Ready to Ship anywhere in The World. You Can also Select Certification and Shipment Method as Optional.
Properties Of Chrysocolla Gemstone
Chemical Composition: (Cu; Al)2H2Si2O5(OH)4nH2O
Hardness: 2.5 – 3.5
Specific Gravity (Density): 1.93 – 2.40
Refractive Index: 1.4 – 1.6
About: Chrysocolla Gemstone
Chrysocolla is just a mineral of additional origin, commonly associated with other copper that is additional. It really is typically found as glassy botryoidal or masses which can be rounded bubbly crusts and as Jackstraw mats of tiny acicular crystals or tufts of fibrous crystals. The name Chrysocolla was first used by Theophrastus in 315 BC and comes from the Greek chryso, meaning gold, and Kolla, meaning glue, in allusion to the name of the material utilized to solder gold.
Chrysocolla is frequently found as being a gel combined with Quartz or is “agatized” in chalcedony quartz. Pure Chrysocolla is extremely fragile and soft and not suitable for faceted gems or cabochons. Agatized Chrysocolla, however, is hard (Mohs hardness of about 7) and able and durable to be polished as cabochons often containing really attractive mixtures of Chrysocolla, Azurite, and Malachite. Agatized Chrysocolla is sufficient that is rarely translucent faceting but makes for beautiful gems by having a unique colour in the gem world.
Chrysocolla can be found in a few locations global. Some of the better locations that are understood Nizhni Tagil, Ural Mountains, Russia; the Timna (King Solomon’s) mine, Israel; the celebrity of the Congo Mine, Lubumbashi, and at Likasi and Kakinada, Katanga Province, Congo (Shaba Province, Zaire); Cananea, Sonora, Mexico; Chuquicamata and Exotica deposits; around Copiapo and Coquimbo, Chile; Chillagoe district, Queensland, Australia. In America, in Arizona, Globe-Miami region, Gila County, Morenci, Greenlee County, San Manuel and Ray mines, Pinal County; in New Mexico, at Santa Rita, Grant County; from Utah, in the Tintic district, Juab County.